Mid Wales – Put it on Your Holiday List

Wales is visited for many reasons; Mountains and river valleys, beaches and stunning coastlines.There are ten national parks which include Snowdonia with its miles of breathtaking mountains,forests and lakes and the Brecon Beacons with its fine moorland scenery and high peaks.

There are marvellous coastlines on the Gower Peninsular and in Pembrokeshire .There is so much to do in Wales to please all. A whole culture waiting to be explored from the valleys to the hills, from the Welsh choirs to the industrial wasteland of the coal mines.

It is a slower pace of life and ideal for a family holiday. Speciality holidays are popular with cycling and walking holidays a big favourite. The Brecon Beacons and the Black mountains provide spectacular walks and views for all the family.From the seious walkr to the novice.

There are many places to visit including Hay on Wye famous for its book shops and antique markets or Cardiff for the shopping and of course the rugby.

Visit the stunning caves near Brecon. For family visits,the Knighton Observatory has just been fully refurbished and holds visits in the evenings.The Judges Lodgings in Presteigne also holds activity days and is well worth a visit especially at Christmas time.

With plenty of places to stay, from Camp sites to luxury hotels, Wales has something for all the family to provide an excellent holiday any time of the year. Holiday accommodation in abundance and a visit to the neighbouring towns of Hay and Leominster will provide afternoons of antique trails,shopping and local crafts.

Written for Local to Leominster to promote the stunning County of Herefordshire and the Medieval town of Leominster.